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FossilHunter06
Last year, I found this in the garden attached to a boulder and I thought it might be something of interest so I hammered it off. I have a few ideas on what this might be but the most suitable one would probably be that it is some sort of vegetation. I live in Chepstow, Wales. I don't think this rock is similar to the rock at Sedbury Cliffs but I do live on the other side of the bridge from Sedbury. I would appreciate any information on what this fossil(?) might be. I have inserted images of the rock below with a scale card.IMG_1180.jpg  IMG_1181.jpg  IMG_1182.jpg  IMG_1183.jpg  IMG_1185.jpg
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It's the cast of a small solitary coral.  Age indeterminate.
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FossilHunter06
Thank you very much for this information! This will certainly help me to label this find and determine an overall range of fossils that can be found in my garden. Thank you!
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